Hey <<First Name>>,
I've noticed something about creatives who live in New York City:
They are really good about traveling. Not even taking vacations, as they usually don't fully disconnect during these trips, but they still make a point to travel on average at least three times a year separate from work or family obligations.
Even though 9-5ers (myself included) tend to save travel for the summer months and extended holiday breaks, we're going to need a creative change of pace even more once the weather gets colder and the days get shorter. 99u had a great article about creative road-tripping that you should check out if you want travel for a creative project.
I'm exploring the role of travel more in my own creative practice. One example is the season finale of The Highwater Podcast, which I recorded on-location at the 5th Annual BlackStar Film Festival in Philadelphia PA this past August. I was super nervous about recording on the road, as I only had a Zoom H4N Recorder, a wired lavalier mic, headphones, and the patience of the artists who were kind enough to let me interview them in between panels and screenings.
Click below to take a listen.
Your shares, RTs and reviews are always appreciated.
The Highwater Podcast will return next year. In the meantime check out the other awesome podcasts on The PostLoudness Network.
Have Art, Will Travel,